The Gateway to Performance
Pelco’s VideoXpert video management system allows security professionals to easily see what they need to see, when they want to see it. Available in Enterprise, Ultimate, and Professional packages, this VMS software provides a scalable solution ranging from entry-level surveillance set ups to systems that support tens of thousands of cameras across multiple continents. VideoXpert can be optimized with Pelco hardware or seamlessly integrated with third-party cameras, but it is always backed by an unparalleled level of support.
New Features Overview:
User Experience / User Interface Enhancements
VideoXpert version 3.1 adds several new features: mobile / thin (web) client VxPortal users will now see smoother video with faster frame rate delivery so they see every moment of an incident. System Administrators can now more easily import maps and floorplans using PNG and JPEG image files. Additionally, administrators can add doors (access control icons) to all maps; operators will see door status (open, closed, forced or fault) and be able to lock / unlock doors from within VideoXpert's VxMaps module allowing for quicker responses.
VxMaps - Access Control
System Availability and Administrative / Operational Features
VideoXpert is architected for the most-demanding customers where system uptime (availability) is key for mission-critical deployments. The architecture is also highly scalable, so when it is time to expand VX, version 3.1 includes hitless dynamic cluster expansion enabling system administrators to add new core and media gateway servers to an active system without disrupting on-going surveillance operations. For end to end Pelco supported deployments, version 3.1 also supports Pelco's new high resolution GFC Pro 4K camera including viewing, playback and export of H.265 compressed video streams.
Expanded Cybersecurity Compliance and Enhancements
Pelco has enhanced VX’s cybersecurity capabilities to include support for Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 compliant encryption, and expands support for the NIST-defined Risk Management Framework (RMF) making it easier for government entities, including contractors, to document how a system stores, processes and transmits government information.